- Simphiwe Dana has taken a positive outlook on self-quarantining
- After coming across a positive post, Simphiwe took to social media to pass it on
- She has urged people who are in self-quarantine to use their time wisely and engage in activities that will make a positive impact
Simphiwe Dana has taken a positive approach to the coronavirus self-quarantining. Use this time wisely!
The coronavirus has many people all over the globe cooped up in their homes in fits of fear and panic.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Simphiwe decided to find the silver lining in this time of horror and advice people on how this low-key period can be used to make smart moves.
The Mzansi songstress and activist came across a post in which someone had preached positivity, letting the world know that "mathematician Theodore Kaczynski completed more than 16 successful technical projects and wrote a 35,000-word essay that was published in the New York Times" while in quarantine.
It was from this post that Simphiwe found the motivation to spread positivity, urging others to use their time wisely.
Simphiwe suggested doing online courses, furthering your education and learning new skills that will benefit your life once quarantine is over.
Admitting that she probably would have spent her time eating and binge-watching TV, Simphiwe saw what a positive impact using this time wisely could make.
It is refreshing to see people finding the positive in this very negative time.
In other news, Simphiwe Dana used her Twitter account to apologise for a rant she went on using the social media platform.
The singer was deeply upset about the local TV show Mnakwethu and vented about it to her fans.
In her rant, Simphiwe got a little personal and threw insults at Musa Mseleku, the show's host.
Simphiwe feels that the show humiliates women and her comments about Musa - who is a known polygamist - went below the belt.
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